Giveaway: Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 Classroom in a Book

Dreamweaver CS4 Classroom in a Book Get a copy of Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 Classroom in a Book absolutely free. Leave a comment with a good email address (in case you win) and tell me how this book could help you.

I’ll pick a winner in a few days. The process will be random. If your comment gets picked, I’ll contact you by email for a mailing address and send you the book. Easy. Free. Great deal, go for it.

One rule: I’ll only ship to and address in the United States. Sorry, but that’s how it is.

December 11, 2008: THE WINNER IS SELECTED AND HAS BEEN NOTIFIED. DO NOT SUBMIT ANY MORE COMMENTS TO BE CONSIDERED IN THE GIVEAWAY.

The number 14 was the random pick, which means the winner was David J. Dahl. Enjoy the book, David.

20 thoughts on “Giveaway: Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 Classroom in a Book

  1. With the economy being as it i I need to teach someone in my department and HTML and Dreamweaver. More or less so he can keep his job and contribute to the company more. Having this book can and will help me teach him much better then using the normal cryptic how-to books. Many thanks!

  2. My friend is a paraplegic and my web designer. It has been eight years since taking programming in college. We are trying to create a social community web site for business using Adobe Dreamweaver and he could use the book to bring him up to speed and answer questions he has about the program

  3. I have used the Classroom in a Book series before and find it better than taking a class, besides that you can always use it for reference.

  4. I would love to learn how to use DW, and feel empowered to do some of my own web design. Right now I struggle greatly when I need to make changes to something. I can learn a lot from books that are designed to help you learn at your own pace. It’s how I learned photoshop and illustrator.

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  5. I have been working on Dreamweaver CS3 for a while. I would definitely want to see how CS4 is different from dreamweaver CS3 and thank you for making this available for free. I am pretty sure we all know the value of this free book.

  6. I work in a small secondary school, where I advise a small group of kids that design the school’s website. Last year I asked for Dreamweaver in my budget and was told no – maybe showing my administration this book would encourage them to make the purchase. I have used Classroom in a Book before and lover the format. Thanks.

  7. I was recently terminated from a job I loved with Clearwired in Albuquerque, NM due to the economy. Despite the loss my experience there has led me to believe that I will eventually become a UX designer with a focus on technologies related to libraries and museums. Given the current state of my bank account and my nascent career in web design this would be a valuable addition to my library.

  8. I’ve been a hobbyist/dabbler in web design for years. I’ve recently lost my day job and my night job as a musician is fading fast. I’ve dreamt of making a living as a web designer and this book can help me forge a new career.

  9. Currently I am teaching HTML/CSS by creating examples from various web sites. In January the students are to learn Dreamweaver CS4 and I am searching for a possible textbook for the students. I want to review your book for possible consideration.

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